WITH THIS broadcast, we try something new — a video interview via Google Hangout with our friend Rob Skiba, author of the new book Archon Invasion: The Rise, Fall, and Return of… Read more »
ON THIS Super Sunday, we do something a little different and welcome a guest into the Bunker. We’re honored to share an hour picking the brain of Rob Skiba, writer,… Read more »
HUMANITY IS on a collision course with a post-human future — at least, if those pushing the H+ movement have their way. That’s only one of the pressing issues Tom… Read more »
RATHER THAN repeat ourselves tonight by doing a show and then another show, we’ve decided to just take it on the road and feature the hour we were honored to… Read more »
DR. EDGAR Mitchell is reportedly in talks with the US representative of Billy Meieir for a first of its kind public forum with the famed UFO contactee and “prophet”. Given… Read more »
CERN SCIENTISTS now admit that they hope the Large Hadron Collider will help them discover extra dimensions and parallel universes. If they can find the one with the Krispy Kreme… Read more »
WE THOUGHT we’d name tonight’s show to match the web page our hosting company serves up half the time lately. That’s what we get for signing up with a company named for the king of the Abyss (see Revelation 9:11 — 9/11… coincidence?).
Anyway, this was a week of speeches: President Obama to America’s schoolchildren and to the U.S. Congress, some of whom, according to certain pundits, behaved like schoolchildren. While we sympathize with Rep. Joe Wilson (R-S.C.), we Christians have to recognize that the government is part of the enemy’s domain, granted by God after the Tower of Babel incident (see View From the Bunker #8 with Dr. Mike Heiser).
Our weapons in this war are spiritual: prayer and fasting–not political action committees, Supreme Court justices, or guns. We need to avoid getting so caught up in the political discourse that we forget. In other words, follow God’s will and avoid the internal server error.
WITH COMPANY again and some furniture to move, we dig back into the archive again for one of our favorite interviews, and one that relates to the discussion of the Divine Council with Dr. Michael Heiser the other night. What was it about the Tower of Babel that made God so angry? For analysis and speculation, back in 2005 we turned to scientist, archaeologist, and author Stan Deyo.